30 Dec TTartisan 35mm F1.4 – Just another manual lens
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Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post by the lens manufacturer. I paid for this lens from my own pocket. This is purely my own opinion about this piece of wonderful glass, and I wish to share with more people who are keen to explore with a manual lens.
During those DSLR days, it was undoubtedly a terrible experience for me to use a manual lens to shoot. I always tended to achieve off-focused shots and was unable to get reasonably sharp photos. Maybe I wasn’t born talented with such precise and sharp eyes. As technology evolved over the years, the mirrorless systems came and replaced my DSLR camera. Then, following the arrival of the mirrorless era, there was a rise in many 3rd party manual lens manufacturers, especially from China. They released many focal lengths, with options from ultrawide to mid-telephoto. But the most popular focal lengths are 35mm and 50mm on APS-C format.
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These manufacturers created many cheap lenses in the early days, but usually sub-par image quality and only a small pool of expensive lenses with reasonably good image quality. Having said that, they are all manual lenses (excluding Viltrox).
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